Hi Roller - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (Vinyl, LP) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
After all, Dad's moustache could kick Holden's peach fuzz straight down the interstate, given the chance. Little Feat's sixth studio effort is the Dad Rock redeemer simply because of how much it brings to the table.
In just nine tight tracks it explores New Orleans blues, dirty urban funk, and contemporary Jazz Fusion - all without ever losing its swagger or compromising its fun loving southern rock identity. After all, Little Feat has always been more than simple southern rock.
They are as much an intelligent Steely Dan as they are a thinking man's Marshall Tucker Band - with band leader Lowell George acting as an alternate universe version of Todd Rundgren in which he swapped LSD with whiskey as his drug of choice. The album kicks off with "Hi Roller," characterized by an assertive funk lick packed between complex keyboard lines and intricate drum work - painting the life of a man that lives rambling from city to city, truck stop to truck stop, and casino to casino without fear or regret.
You can tell that this is a band playing at the peak of their confidence and ability, harkening back to an era when you could use bongos in a rock track un-ironically. After an explosive start the band downshifts into their familiar southern front porch grooves - but within these grooves lie a variety of interesting detours. The band favors intriguing micro-jams over tired verse-chorus-verse structures, often shifting up their tone and time signatures while never letting go of their groove.
Little Feat was quick to grasp the brilliant lessons of more avant-garde artists at the time: that if you strap listeners in with a strong enough foundational rhythm you are granted license to take the jam as far as you please. Knowing this, the band launches themselves out of the American south and into a new sound entirely.
Wild trips up and down boards of keys, Hi Roller - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (Vinyl, frets, and strings carry you from one twist to another with pristine confidence - an endless cowbell clang ever-present to catch your fall, should the band's ambition outpace your ear. These eclectic song structures should seem pretentious but they aren't - given the often playful lyrical content.
The gospel-tinged organ and brass are tied down to the dirty earth by a groovy bass line and guitar work that is simultaneously fierce and playful. Preorder A Preorder is an item that has not yet been released. Typically the label will set a projected release date that is subject to change. If a projected release date is known, we will include this in the description in red.
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UPC: Current Stock:. There are many dreamed-of and a number of Hi Roller - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (Vinyl records which reflect the American idea of freedom from a musical point of Hi Roller - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (Vinyl. One of these was presented by frontman Lowell George and his superb group Little Feat in what the musical experts praised as a "symbiosis of anarchistic primitive folklore and rock finesse" rororo Rocklexikon.
The high standard which the musicians maintain over the two sides of the LP is established with "Hi Roller", a funky, energetic opening number. The multi-part title number "Times Loves A Hero" follows on with a more subdued tempo but with great dive and sophisticated percussion, which proves itself to be the most important element and governs the whole album. Little Feat conjures with traditional forms, gets you on the dance floor with "Old Folks Boogie" and serves up a tasty mixture of honky-tonk and blues, which is refined with powerful guitar solos.
This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. Hi Roller 2. WKNC Pawn shop. Pages liked by this Page. Museum Mouth. Hank Sinatra. Recent post by Page. Hi Roller - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (Vinyl Records - Raleigh. A global spectrum of talented artists grace the album. Appearances from Mick Jenkins, Common, the inimitable Kelis, who opens the album, and Fatoumata Diawara, who the boys have also linked up with previously.
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